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5-14-2010 @ 8:23AM
Every wipe you have is a step forward, every person who skips the progress raid or takes a break is several steps back. Keep that in mind.
5-14-2010 @ 8:35AM
The problem with having low numbers is that most often you'll have to bring someone new to the fight who perhaps has read up on it but hasn't actually experienced it. It only takes 1 person placing a defile in the wrong place to wipe the entire raid.So it seems if you can't get the exact same raiders progressing every night, you're doing nothing but starting progression over from scratch. This really lowers morale. And defile really seems to be brick wall we're stuck at right now. Even on 10 man.I continually try to encourage members to attend and assure them that it'll be worth it when we actually kill him and can hold Kingslayer over our heads, but it's hard to herd intelligent sheep to a slaughter.
5-14-2010 @ 9:06AM
@ Coors. Intelligent sheep to the slaughter exactly! My guild only does 5 bosses in 25. Then we spend 2 hours wiping on Rotface. But, this week I had to update my pc and they left w/o me, so I pugged it with a guild that downed 7 bosses, I got a mark and led their raid in heals! Living well is the best revenge! I think I'll run with them again next week rather then the lemmings.
5-14-2010 @ 9:33AM
It bring to my mind a Pink Floyd lyric, as sung by a Sheep(!) :The Lord is my shepherd,I shall not want.He makes me down to lie,Through pastures green,He leadeth me the silent waters by.With bright knives, He releaseth my soul.He maketh me to hang on hooks in high places.He converteth me to lamb cutlets.For lo! He hath great power and great hunger.When cometh the day we lowly ones,Through quiet reflection and great dedication,Master the art of karate,Lo! we shall rise upAnd then we'll make the bugger's eyes water.
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